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May 13, Also, will a sod cutter cut through tree roots? Sod cutters can be very top heavy so be very careful when operating on side hills. If you are just removing old yard and turf to make room for a new yard or garden then you probably only want to blade to go 1" or" inches in the ground. This should be deep enough to cut out the old grass roots. (No, we won't allow it climb the trees!) We plan to use a sod cutter to remove the lawn for the ivy beds (and in other areas away from the trees to enlarge existing beds).
How deep can I go with the sod cutter before I risk disturbing/injuring the root systems of the trees? I believe the sod cutter can.
Lay sod over the tree roots, on top of the soil. If the sod needs to be cut to size, do so with a sod cutter or a utility knife, making sure to cut through the roots of the sod. Firmly press the sod into place. Step 4. Lay sod over the tree roots, on top of the soil.
The first mowing should be approximately 14 days after the sod has been installed.
If the sod needs to be cut to size, do so with a sod cutter or a utility knife, making sure to cut through the roots of the sod. Firmly press the sod into place. Also know, can you lay sod on top of leaves? The new grass never rooted. You can‘t simply lay sod on top of grass without doing proper preparation.
May 16, A gas powered sod cutter, that is I'm needing to remove a large amount of sod from my front lawn. This is an old growth lawn, and there are numerous small to medium size shrub roots underneath the surface. Can a powered sod cutter cut through these roots? I don't want to waste therental on something that won't work!